Simon Ekpa, a well-known separatist and pro-Biafra agitator, has charged Anambra State Governor Charles Sulodo with failing to do more to reduce crime there.
The Prime Minister of the Biafra Republic Government in Exile, Ekpa, a lawyer based in Finland, announced this on Saturday via his official Twitter account.
He disputed Sulodo’s assertion that the state was fighting for security while criminals continued to terrorize its inhabitants.
He asserts that Sulodo would swiftly apprehend the criminals terrorizing the state if he is not complacent.
Ekpa stated that the only goal of his campaign for the Biafra referendum was to put an end to the region’s security issues.
“You claim you are fighting crime in Anambra, but here is a man who kidnapped your Commissioner for Public Utility, gave him an oath in the forest, collected millions from him, and since then, I have been exposing this criminal, yet Soludo is silent,” the man stated.
Because of their criminal behavior, including the kidnapping I’ve just described, we dismissed them from the Biafra Liberation movement. He targeted a commissioner in your administration, but he’s still alive and is probably reading this tweet right now.
The Elders in the South East, he insisted, “must question Soludo as to why he permitted a criminal who kidnapped his Commissioner for Public Utility to be free. Simon Ekpa is fighting for the independence of Biafra because of this.
Recall that in 2021, in the lead-up to the Anambra governorship election, which was held in November of the same year, Commissioner of Public and Utilities Emeka Ezenwanne was abducted.